By Texans for Texans
The Texas Shirt, 1883
In the early 1880s, Fort Worth was ground zero for cattle shipping. It was likewise a hub of saloons, gambling parlors, and other unsavory establishments. It was a prime stop on the gambling circuit frequented by Bat Masterson, Doc Holliday, and the Earps.
Catching the mood of the place, the Martin-Brown company was born. In 1883, they applied for a trademark for what they dubbed The Texas Shirt. This was the logo. 140 years on, Texas summer fashions have changed a little. We're proud to offer you The Texas Shirt of the 21st century.
Unisex styling. Runs true to size with a hint of stretch. Lightweight with a soft hand. All colors are 100% cotton.
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